Technology & IT Procurement Pulse Blog Raise your hand if you have touched at least four things today that do not belong to you. Keep your hand up if your toddler touched an additional seventeen things that do not belong to you. What if there were ways to reduce the number of things you and your toddler touch? Would you buy or use them?
The need to touch things has roots in decision making and engagement. Often, we touch things to make a comparison, sometimes we touch things because they are fun[1]!
The Board of Innovation’s report The Low Touch Economy
The need to physically see a physician has decreased with the adoption of telehealth[2]; yet patients requiring hospitalization or complex procedures still need in-person care. Robots and drones can help decrease the amount of contact for workers in these settings. [3],[4]: